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with dana perino. it is 5:00 and we are open for business. 20 embassies across the globe are closed this weekend due to terror chatter. well, not really across the globe, in certain parts of the globe. let me put it this way, if you are anywhere christians are welcome, you are okay. so they are closed for fear of attack, what movie is responsible for this? shark nato? "smores 2"? --
at the dana-farber cancer institute where we can identify the patients who are, have a 50% chance of dying within the next six months and a few key, literally just some questions, 7 questions that should be asked of someone who is nearing death, that can make a huge difference. >> rose: like what? >> like dow understand what the status of your health s what your prognosis is. what are your biggest fears if your health worsens. what are your goals if time beings short? what are you willing to sacrifice, in time now, for the sake of time now. and the answers you get-- . >> rose: sacrifice time now for time later meaning. >> what are you willing to sacrifice, you know, medicine, what we give you will sacrifice l put new the hospital, sacrifice things that are important to you now what are you willing to sacrifice, what are you not willing to sacrifice now. and those answers, first of all they give a doctor and a team some guidance on what to offer. >> rose: a snapshot of the person's present. >> but even more it makes the person think and actually change their care. they become much more like
♪ >> should the mannings stick to football? good night from washington. with bob beckel, david webb, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it is 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." well, he was the only person jailed after terrorists stormed our consulate on 9/11 in benghazi, despite having nothing to do with the attack. the filmmaker has given a new interview, and he says he wants the world to see the truth about islamist extremists. but first, the terror attack that killed four americans. >> we have seen rage and
, and dana raurerbach. [ applause ] now, i've got to tell you the truth. i've been looking forward to this visit because -- and this is a little tricky to say this, but my family and i, we've got a special place in our hearts for the marine corps. part of it is because every day at the white house we're surrounded by marines. in fact, we probably got some folks here who were at the white house who are now here at camp pendleton. see? i figured as much. and then, of course, every time i need to kind of hop, skip, and jump somewhere, every time i get on marine one, i rely on some of the best aviators in the world. i've seen your honor. i've seen your courage. i've seen your commitment, whether in protecting our diplomatic posts around the world or preparing to deploy to iraq or afghanistan or recovering from wounds received in battle. you know, a few years ago you gave a great camp pendleton welcome to my wife michelle, and i know it's not as exciting when i come to visit, but she says hi. i guess i'm kind of like that army general who once said, the more marines i have around, the b
without it. >> joining us now, the co-host of the five, dana perino. you used to be press secretary for president bush. and after his press conference you would give him a critique. you would go into the oval office. he would try get to you to leave because you're very, very annoying. there's you. you look very different. what did you do? what would you tell president obama if you were going to the oval office about this particular press conference? >> well, a trip down memory lane. i love press conference day. i love to prepare for a press conference i love to prepare somebody else to answer questions. then afterwards, i would usually go in and say, well, sir, i thought it was great. there is just one little thing. and today for president obama, i would have said, i think, sir, this proved you should do these more often. you dominate the room. you came across as confident and calm and you addressed the issues. the one thing that i thought was unfortunately for him, the headline that's going to come out of this was his partisan attack on republicans on obamacare. >> you're like the
, as opposed to the nsa surveillance program. dana, what is the reaction on capitol hill? i know the lawmakers are in recess, on vacation, the president is going on vacation tomorrow but we saw what speaker bayner said, suggesting the president was concerned about saving face than defending the programs. >> that's right. look, i mean, this is kind of the one issue or few issues, i should say where republicans are supportive of the president. this nsa program they say has been helpful and they have been kind of his biggest cheerleaders on this while the democrats, many of the democrats, as jessica was just talking to, leading liberal democratic senators have been maybe the most vocal in terms of criticism. this changed that a little bit. but one thing i would say about peter king, one of the lawmakers you were talking about, he said the president is on an apology tour. that illustrates the flight within the republican party because peter king, as you know is making noise about being president and he's trying to push the wing of the republican party that is more hockish against those on the repu
republican congressman dana rorbacker said it at a tea party event other day, the crowd went wild. why climate denialism and global government conspiracy is a fan favorite of the right wing base. >>> plus, pouring smirnoff vodka into the streets.
bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. it is 5:00 in new york city. as you read in the paper, it is "the five"! so last week we told you about the brutal beating of a 13-year-old white kid by three african-american teens on a school bus in florida. on "the five," we have been calling for civil rights leaders and the president to speak publicly about the issue. still haven't heard a word from al sharpton, president obama, eric holder, or the naacp, but over the weekend, rev. jesse jackson stepped up to the plate and said this. >> we tried to make
? >> that is a big part of -- dana rohrabacher was just speaking a few days ago where he basically tipped his hand in this. it's basically if the planet is warming then we'll need government intervention. because we don't like government intervention, ergo the planet goes on warming. a reverse engineered logic that gets them to pose it. >> polls show it's a pressing issue for americans, an issue you examine in the documentary. let's take a look at your work. >> according to a recent gallup poll only one-third of americans are greatly worried about climate change. what can possibly explain this apathy when 99.8% of scientific study support the existence of human-caused global warming? well, some of the credit goes to the so called experts who peddle dubious science to counter any government attaempt to tack it will issue, the deniers. >> if you do nothing about this at all, for the whole of the next 23 years, the worst that will happen, using the u.n.'s own estimates, is a one fahrenheit degree warming, which will be largely harmless and beneficial. >> i think it's really important for people to re
. >>> i am eric bolling, with bob beckel, dana perino, greg gutfeld, andrea tantaros. this is "the five." ♪ oprah winfrey's highly anticipated new movie "the butler" opens up nationwide, it is about cecil gains an african-american butler that worked for eight presidents. >> you know, he got that job his self. the white house called him, he didn't call the white house. >> i want to hear all the stories. >> i don't know how many stories you going to hear, they done swore him to some kind of
industry is down. >>> hello, i'm kimberly guilfoyle, with bob beckel, dana perino, brian kilmeade, eric bolling. it is 5:00. this is "the five." the debate over racial profiling in america was reignited with the trayvon martin case and the uproar over stand your ground laws. now another law is coming under intense national scrutiny and that is stop and frisk. last week, a federal judge banned new york police department from using the crime fighting tool, saying it targets minorities, yesterday, trayvon martin's mother and the head of the naacp got in
overall? let's bring in panel. steve hayes, dana eastin, and juan williams. steve? >> any discussion about u.s. policy in egypt has to start with failure of u.s. policy in the past couple years. the fact is, the president hasn't had a strategy. what we've been doing is ad hoc policy making where we jump from decision to decision, we seem to make our determination about what's in the best interest of the united states based on the prevailing attitudes of people both here and there and what kind of pushes we're getting from our allies overseas. in the latest effort, i don't know what the administration should do, candidly. things are so -- there's not an obvious path for the u.s. to take. if we cut off aid, we lose any ability or much of our ability to shape outcomes there. on the other hand, you can't appear to be countenancing this violence, even if the administration is sort of backing in a conditioned way, backing what's taking place. it would be great if you could layout conditions for continuation of aid, no more violence, make the new regime push toward elections and restoration of de
. the growth at the gate. just me. >>> hello, eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, and brian kilmeade. it is 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." as the summer races forward, so does the race debate in america. stand your ground gave way to stop and frisk, now "the butler" hottest movie of the summer has a director that says america is more racist since president obama took office than before. more on that in a moment. first, we know the zimmerman trial ended weeks ago. i was stunned when i saw a brand new political
, again the only television reporter currently there. we are lucky to have him there. >>> dana bash reporters that the intelligence report on sir yaw was delivered to key members of congress yet. we are still waiting for a public release, so the question is how close is the u.s. at taking military action in syria, and how will syrian presidnt assad respond. let's bring in andrew tabler, an expert on syria and the assad family, a senior fellow at the washington institute. in new york, chris tore harmer, the senior naval analyst at the institution for the study of war. he thorred a study last might that surgical strikes could de -- at a relatively small cost, but says using the air strikes is counterproductive. chris, i want to start with you. i want to read a quote from "los angeles times" today. one u.s. official who as briefed on the options on syria said he bled the white house would seek a level of intense legitimate just muscular numb not to be mocked, but not so devastating -- you're looking at what is just enough to mean something, just enough to be more than sim bo bowlic, he
the president, but i want to bring in dana bash right now. there's a series of briefings being laid out by the administration. declassified briefings over the phone. and classified briefings tomorrow for those members who are in washington. say most members are back in their districts or traveling or some place else during this labor day weekend, congress is not in session. do we anticipate many members coming back to washington tomorrow to have access to that classified information? >> i believe that that is entirely possible, but before we talk about the briefings, i wanted to give you a little bit of news and that is you know, we've seen a series of statements from members of congress on their view on what the president should and shouldn't do. we wrus got a statement from senator john cornyn, republican of texas, the number two republican in the united states senate who is now calling on the president to bring congress back into session and ask for a vote on authorization to use force before any military action is taken in syria. now, we've seen calls like this from many members of
to go to the police and tell them everything that you saw. >> boy, don't you listen to dana. you better try to be like lil' kim -- don't snitch. >> you need to go to the police. >> don't worry. i ain't saying nothing. >> good. because they'll flip the script on a brother. next thing you know, they'll say that you beat hakeem. >> you didn't beat hakeem, did you? >> delante, please. >> all right. the police got ways of tracking you down. >> how, kiki? i don't have a record, and nobody notices me from the video. they can't find me. >> calvin payne? can i talk to you for a second? >> who are you? >> detective morton, atlanta police department. >> look like you been tracked. [ siren wails ] [ tires screeching ] [ male announcer ] you like to try new things. now we have bold new tastes like never before. you like things made by hand. we're now grilling up freshly made egg-whites. you like to cool down. we just added a refreshing new smoothie. you get wrapped up in things. we're introducing new delicious ways for you to eat. there's no one quite like you. now more than ever, there's something
to see more movement on this whole issue? >> i certainly hope so. another of karen's colleagues, dana priest, has chronicled how pathetic the congressional oversight is of the intelligence machinery of the country and i think this report continues to show that. what is disturbing to me about this report and karen raised with the issues of the various typos is how powerful algorithms are. when you're punching in data and so much is digitized the accident flow that comes out of these areas. a book by jim risen called "state of war," to connect that to that there was the -- showing our contacts in iran that were disclosed to the public because of another kind of similar error. so i think that we need to get in and see congress really review its own oversight of these bureaucracies. >> you put in 202 versus 20 that could result in what it did, it boggles the mind for the possibilities here. thank you both so much for coming on. have a good weekend. >> you too. >>> 2016 is being called the year of the presidential woman. hillary clinton in particular. big conference about to convene this m
, he both -- lost both of them from both sides of the aisle. this week on "newsmakers," we had dana rohrabacher, who chairs the foreign relations committee on europe, eurasia, an emerging threat. he offered up his views on russia and the u.s. canceling that meeting between putin and obama. [video clip] it is imperative we have a good relationship with russia. yet we have this administration -- many republicans as well -- pushing russia away, still thinking about russia as it was during the cold war. this is no good for the cause of peace, and no good for us. >> russia is hosting edward snowden, who u.s. officials have said is the most damaging leaker in american history. i think what mr. snowden did, by alerting the american people to over surveillance on the part of our own government of our population, to call him a traitor -- he was being loyal to the rest of us by letting the american people know that their government was getting out of hand. host: that was congressman dana rohrabacher, republican of california. he serves as a member of the foreign affairs committee. you can see
is written by guy taylor, who joined us on our "newsmakers" crowe graham -- program. quotes our guest, dana rohrabacher, a california republican. i want to show you the part that guy taylor put in his piece. the congressman is responding to and howa administration it uses its drug policy. mr. rohrbacher said here is congressman rohrabacher in his own words on "newsmakers." [video clip] >> i'm sure sending a drone is legal, but sending a guy with a high-powered rifle is illegal. that type of nonsense we've got to get over if we are going to confront the radical islamic terrorist threat that will murder thousands of our people, even hundreds of thousands of our people, if they get a chance. host: that was congressman rohrbacher on our program. you can go to our video library at c-span.org if you want to watch the whole thing. in a rohrbacher -- dana rohrabacher also tweeting out saying he would defund white trash, but not our vets, seniors, and other deserving americans to provide benefits to those here illegally. he tweeted that out in response to a constituent complaining about immigration
of representatives by congressman dana rohrabacher, republican from orange county, california. he gives all of california a bad name. he gives orange county a bad name. there are a lot of great people that live in orange county. i know well. orange county is not the right wing -- you know, stronghold that a lot of people think that it is. but dana rohrabacher -- he was at a town hall meeting yesterday, asked about global warming, there ain't nothing to it, he says. >> just so you know, global warming is a total fraud and it is being designed because what you've got is you've got liberals who get elected at the local level, want the state government to do the work and let them make the decisions. then at the state level, they want the federal government to do it. and at the federal level, they want to create global government to control all of our lives. that's what their game plan is. it is step by step by step, more and bigger control over our lives by higher levels of government. >> bill: that is such horse you know what. it is just like yeah, people who want to safety planet, all they wa
. representative dana roarbacker, republican of california, completely dismissed global warming as a plot to institute global government. he responded to barbara boxer's comments about the recent slew of wildfires being the result of global warming, which is . . . probably true. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: he was talking to the newport tea party, just so know you, global warming is a total fraud. at the state level they want the federal government to -- and at the federal government they want to create global government to control all of our lives. [♪ dramatic music ] >> and next galactic government. >> stephanie: right. it's the death star. and global warming is bad strategy in spades. our freedom to make choices on transportation and everything else, that has to be made by a president who by the way probably comes from nigeria. [ applause ] >> stephanie: dana roarbalker has been -- >> stephanie: nigeria, which in case you hadn't noticed is -- >> black. >> stephanie: i don't know if you just need to get more crazy to fit in -- >> i guess so. good god. >> not crazy enough
to washington to our chief congressional correspondent, dana bash for more on what members of congress -- i know it's quiet in some parts of washington because many members of congress are still away on recess. we know that they were briefed via teleconference in that unsecure line so it wasn't classified, per se, last night. they've been speaking, i'm sure, with the administration today. what are you hearing? >> reporter: that's exactly right. i think a lot of what is going on as we speak is box checking by the administration. making sure that they speak to the key committees. last night what happened was secretary kerry, hagel and others spoke to the chair apd ranking members as well as the leadership in both bodies of congress. right now maybe even as we speak, there is a series of calls going from the national security council to the actual rank and file members of some of those key committees. so they are effectively, for lack of a better way to say, giving them a little love which members of congress always want from any administration, but especially as we've heard very loudly from some o
analyst gloria borger and chief congressional correspondent dana bash. the president hasn't made a final decision but everyone knows he has decided he is going to go ahead and launch some sort of strike against targets in syria. >> at this point it's not if but when. i think when you hear the president speak that way, it's clear he's got a lot of options on the table and maybe he was still deciding about a particular option, but i think you would have to assume given the fact that what we saw today was pretty much of a roll-out, first from the secretary and then the president himself. there was a background briefing for journalists with senior administration officials talking about the evidence on chemical weapons. they're clearly making their case. now the issue has been decided in great britain. they made a point of saying that they've got france and turkey with them. so i think what we're seeing is the beginning of the explanation of why they're going to go in -- >> they may have france and turkey's verbal support but i don't see any military hardware other than u.s. military hardware
was the voice of god? dana howard, the voice of god. thank you, dana howard. we will be hearing from peter lee. herb schwartz, the regional director of the health and services representing the obama administration in our region. bagarcia. to ben honor it is for me here with them because i know of their leadership and their work. of small and founder business majority -- without him it would be impossible to pass the affordable care act act. thank you for your tremendous work on that. [applause] and wendell, my senior health policy advisor resource to all members of congress, house and senate, and to the administration, on health policy. what does wendell think is what we say all the time about this issue. that is what we all find out. thank you, wendell, for being here. [applause] as america's first health inketplace, we take pride that, covered california is leading the way in establishing a bright and healthy future for the golden state by making sure uninsured,s well as californians find plans that --t their needs and their that suit their needs and their pocketbooks. i say this plan is for
that followed. and now president obama is weighing in. we'll have the details, and dana perino will be in to talk about it. >>> a fright canning new report on the safety of the nation's nucleares plant, vulnerable to terror attacks,. >>> the feds investigate aing after miss teen u.s.a. claims a hacker broke into her commuter and then used her
families. >> three of the wives are here. dana symptom, married to web simpson and mark wilson's wife, amy is president of the pga wives association. may i just say the book is beautifully done. it includes recipes. some of my favorite stuff. i don't cook but i wanted to lick some of the pages. this is what's interesting. we are not ladies of lunch that go to the mall. we are very committed to the work that we do. you do say, we do do work. amy, you lead us off, please? >> this is the 25th anniversary of our association. we look with children and their families. between 15-20 weeks a year, we go into the local communities or we either do an event where we are hand's on or cooking at a ronald mcdonald house or gutting houses after hurricane katrina or raise awareness and money. we partnered with the avon foundation and did a walk to raise money for the fight against domestic violence. >> you are doing more than just looking pretty. >> for sure. >> in the process, you have raised $5 million for charity. >> tell me about the association itself, per se. beyond this, what does it do? what's its
. firefighters are getting a helping hand from the weather let's check in with dana. >> hi, shan n no, unfortunately we are dealing with dry, warm and gusty conditions that are not helping firefighters in this vulnerable area. 77 as your daytime high, but wind gusts 30 to 40 miles per hour and because this fire is so big it can be very erratic and actually create its own weather conditions and its own weather gusts, the gusts of wind. firefighters will have to be careful trying to contain this and the mountainous terrain. it is rough to get in there. on monday the winds calm down a little bit. but it is only 7% contained. we think it is going to be with us certainly for much of the workweek. shannon, take a look here. we have over 50 fires burning across the west including the latest in yosemite. we will track itment back to you. >> a tough situation. thank you very much. >>> a battle is brewing over the administration. planning to fund planned parenthood to help with obamacare. and a 72-year-old man suspected of going on a shooting rampage that left at least two people dead. what ma
that ft. leavenworth will do that. it looks like dana coombs will have to sue the army or petition on medical grounds to get bradley manning transferred to a federal prison where perhaps he could get that therapy because due to army and d.o.d. regulations, ft. leaven swort not going to give that hormone therapy much less sex reassignment surgery. carol? >> if he did get this treatment, this hormone replacement therapy, who would pay for it? >> it would be the government. it would be the taxpayers. that's the way it is for any prisoner. basically, if you're a prisoner, the state or the government is responsible for your medical care because you can't fund your own medical care. there have been some rulings in the past where federal courts have struck down laws in which some states try to prohibit these taxpayer-funded hormone therapy regimens. again, some of the courts have struck those down saying you can't do that. and some prisoners have been receiving hormone therapy. sexual reassignment surgery is still relatively new. that also has been looked on somewhat favorably by some of
. >> all right, dana, i have a feeling many updates for you throughout the morning. we'll check back in. >>> joining us now with reaction and sort of deep thoughts on this breaking news, dan rather and anchoring manager, thanks for bringing some breaking news to us. i'm just kidding. >> i'd love to take credit for it. >> what are your thoughts on this, on this nsa leak situation broadly, but especially this latest breaking news. they've threatened for a while that edward snowden is going to try to get out of the airport and try to find even temporary asylum in russia. now it's happened. that's not good for a u.s./russia diplomatic relations. >> sthere wasn't much they coul do about it. but the important thing about this in terms of international relationships is that the united states under the obama administration some time ago said they wanted to reboot relationships with russia, get things better. things have, in fact, gotten worse to the point now but this setback. that's the overall framework of what's happening. this does not look good for the obama administration. they'll have th
, the wings that chris christie and rand paul represent, dana wrote a piece, rand paul rebuked on foreign aid. i don't know if you saw this. the 86-13 vote, he wanted to strip all aid to egypt. i love that he brought up oh, you know, detroit's this and we should be doing -- he wouldn't vote to give money to detroit either. >> right. he wouldn't give money to anybody. go on that side of the discussion because we're still having a discussion about who gets money. so yeah, then you can't be into the discussion. you have to have your own discussion. >> stephanie: you finished chatting amongst yourself. peter in ithaca. hi. >> caller: i think you're giving rand paul -- they're not giving him his due. i think they ripped between him and john mccain over foreign policy. mccain wants to go to war. at the drop of a hat. rand paul wants us to get out. and -- >> stephanie: rand paul wants us to do more than get out. >> excuse me? >> stephanie: rand paul wants to do more than get out. okay, that was a troll. i'm sure he had more thoughts directly from rush limbaugh. 29 minutes after the hour. back with r
're following, w r we're getting revelations, asking what the internal revenue service is up to. now dana bash has learned another powerful agency, the federal election commission may fall under suspicion as well, intentional harassment, i should say, not international harassment. what kind of information. at least -- one investigator was discussing the status of a conservative group called the american future fund. now he says shortly after lerner was contacted, the irs sent a questionnaire to that very conservative group. it is still unclear if it is in his words benign or sin sters. -- sinister. we reached out to the irs for comment and they said the irs takes its obligation to protect confidential information very serious live but they also simply can't talk, wolf, about specific ongoing cases. >> these e-mails began talking about e-mails that they want to hand over to them in congress. >> late last week, republicans in congress were investigating this, they released a few e-mail exchanges that they obtained between learner at the irs and an attorney at the american future fund and also a
today. dana goldman from the schaeffer center who also cannot be with us today. from the harvard medical school on our panel. have thomas phillips and from the university of chicago be with us today. please join me in welcoming our panelists, our moderator, and our discussion. [applause] >> thank you very much, henry. americanantos at the enterprise institute and i have the honor of introducing the a little before i say something about them, i wanted te what i think is the single clearest, sharpest statement about the state of health policy i have read in a long time. is in the beginning of this report. by the way, this is the report we are talking about. the best of the both worlds, uniting universal coverage and personal choice in healthcare. health all as c approach -- health policy approach. if this is not the american way, i do not know what is. at any have an is great to alternative, a market based alternative to other plants that have been floating around. it is interesting. you used the term universal coverage. that term has been used i another prominent health reform land. but w
to acknowledge members of congress who are here including susan davis, darrell issa and dana rohrabacher. now, i've got to tell you the truth. i've been looking forward to this visit because -- this is a little tricky to say this. but my family and i, we've got a special place in our hearts for the marine corps. now, part of it is because every day at the white house, we're surrounded by marines. in fact, we probably got some folks here who were at the white house who are now here at camp pendleton. see? i figured as much. then, of course, every time i need to -- kind of a hop, skip and a jump somewhere, every time i get on marine one, i rely on some of the best aviators in the world. i've seen your honor. i've seen your courage. i've seen your commitment. whether in protecting our diplomatic posts around the world or preparing to deploy to iraq or afghanistan or recovering from wounds received in battle. you know, a few years ago, you gave a great camp pendleton welcome to my wife, michelle. and i know it's not as exciting when i come to visit, but she says hi. i guess i'm kind of like that arm
hillbillies can learn. dana says in a country where shows like duck dynasty and the kardashians are huge hits is the deen king poll results hard to believe? you can chime in at twitter at bpshow. >> bill: they are hard to believe. there's some iconic figures you would think like george washington. abraham lincoln. martin luther king jr. put him up there. paula deen? michael's calling from chicago. hey, michael. >> caller: hey, bill, how you doing today? >> bill: i'm good. what do you think about this? >> caller: well, you know, i have some family from the south and you know, i think one of the things that's going on here you know, i don't think the data necessarily represents or gives a full picture. paula deen reminds me of my aunt and my mom and just like my aunt and mom, they say a lot of stupid things that i wish they wouldn't have and they're embarrassing but you still love them anyway. i think what we're overlooking in the south is you know, we're talking about a people who -- sometimes the outrageous from xenophobic to we know who -- we identify with. paula deen in georgia, that's her
be running for the air lock, but... stephanie: all right, let's go to dana in maryland, you're on with john. hello. caller: hi, good morning, everybody. >> good morning. stephanie: extra stress. caller: i have walking pneumonia, i'm not trying to flirt. >> that's what you say. caller: sounding this -- i know, i'm lying through my teeth. so i just wanted to say about rand paul, you know, is it going to get testy during interviews, don't hang out with people who wear spiter man costumes with confederate flags. if they're going to get testy and upset and people think you're a racist because you are, this is who you associated with, this is who your father associated with. captain somebody, but he's getting testy in these interviews and swearing in the interviews. i always thought they had to be sort of humble, and, you know, friendly. southern avenger. stephanie: there it is. by the way, this just in, ed from pennsylvania reminds us those are maggots on top of ron paul's head. they're trying to get at matter inside. >> that's very insulting to that poor ewok that died there. stephanie: john in
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wouldn't shut down because of a battle over health care. dana bash is watching what's going on, getting reaction to the news conference. is this really what the republicans are threatening to do, shut down the government to try to kill obama care? >> reporter: some are absolutely. i spoke with ted cruz, the republican senator for texas. he said before leaving for recess that he believes if th is the most critical, fundamental time for republicans to make good on their promise to appeal obama care by making this threat that the government is going to run out of money by the end of september and they're not going to vote on funding it unless obama care is defunded. and he's taunting fellow republicans saying they're scared, that's why they may not go his way. but they really are split. he's spending all of august with petitions and trying to push republican leaders to go forward on the strategy. but even the most fiscally conservative republicans are saying for many reasons this is not the best way to go. if you take obama care out of this, there are still questions about how republicans
. >> on this week's newsmakers, dana rohrabacher. he's chairman of the foreign affairs subcommittee on europe, eurasia, and emerging threats. we discussed a variety of foreign policy topics, including israeli and israeli palestinian peace talks. these makers is sunday on c-span at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. >> we wrote this about a year and a half ago, it's called 10 letters. it's letters that president obama reads and i went back and found 10 of them who had written to the president. it has been a pretty good read. when that is done, then we go on to act of congress and another guy at "the washington post" and back in the 1970s there was a big difference between then and now it is just that these guys have written. collision 2012 is written and there was a similar writing back in the 2008 campaign. all the guys involved, and that is coming out in august. the other one is through the perilous fight, which is by steve bulger, also someone i used to work with closely. we look back at the six weeks during the war of 1812. >> we saw the movie. two let us know what you are reading this summer. post
'll be disqualified. and then i tried to describe the people that are already at the post. eugene robinson, dana milbank. all these type. and i said you are probably the most conservative or fair-minded person at the entire "new york times." that's what i said. >> thank you for that. >> but it was as far left as you are, you are probably the most reasonable person, which is why the huffington post probably doesn't like you. >> i don't know where to go with that. >> i have two points who read the allyn sloan piece. >> he better declare. >> but his point was -- >> was it the internet came from the 19th -- >> he was making a very left argument that the internet was a product of the government and, therefore, jeff bezos should be -- >> you guys lost your -- even robert schiller admits that invest investment in infrastructure comes from entrepreneurs. even bono knows it now. >> bono. >> bono? who is bono? >> oh, he's -- >> can i give one irony of that allyn sloan's piece in "fortune." "the washington post" pays to republish that piece in "the washington post." so we'll see how long that lasts. >> jen
similar beginnings, or she could become dana plato. we are hoping she goes in the direction of drew and this is a step in the right direction. >> absolutely. the hope is there. john murray, thank you. >>> new jersey's governor getting high marks from people in that state. he's expected to cruise to another term, but might he have his sights set on the white house? something he said today, maybe, maybe, holds a clue. geoff: i'm the kind of guy who doesn't like being sold to. the last thing i want is to feel like someone is giving me a sales pitch, especially when it comes to my investments. you want a broker you can trust. a lot of guys at the other firms seemed more focused on selling than their clients. that's why i stopped working at my old brokerage and became a financial consultant with charles schwab. avo: what kind of financial consultant are you looking for? talk to us today. then you'll know how uncomfortable it can be. [ crickets chirping ] but did you know that the lack of saliva can also lead to tooth decay and bad breath? [ exhales deeply ] [ male announcer ] well there
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